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...In fact, one of my ACT students raised her Math score from 25 to a 31 in two and a half months!! I thoroughly enjoy teaching math and working with young people of all ages!I taught freshman and sophomore calculus and differential equations at a major engineering college. It was a comprehensive two year curriculum. My approach is to try different examples to explain the material.

...I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics, graduating Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. I also have a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, graduating Cum Laude. I've been a classroom math teacher from elementary school through high school for five years.

...I don't mind repeating or reviewing material, as needed by the student. I have a secure grasp of concepts and problem-solving skills for all levels of math through calculus and differential equations. I have taught math at the junior college level for 8 years.

...The rules for basic arithmetic operations on polynomials (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and exponentiation) are examined. Rational expressions (quotients of two polynomials) are studied along with the rules for basic arithmetic operations on rational expression. At the core of rational expressions is factorization.

...I've always had a natural desire to help others learn. As a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society, I spent much of my actuarial career helping others grasp actuarial concepts and pass actuarial exams. After making a significant career change four years ago, I now get to experience the joy of...

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